Survivor Endurance for MagSafe iPhone 12 Case REVIEW | MacSources

MacSources
4 min readAug 19, 2021

A great option for MagSafe case.

I’ve always felt that a case is an essential accessory that every smartphone owner should have. This is a deeply held belief I’ve had ever since I got my first iPhone. It slipped out of my hands and broke on a hard tile floor that was beneath me. At that time, the iPhone didn’t have many options for cases. As I said, it was the original iPhone. Thankfully, there are now hundreds of companies that make cases for smartphones and lots of different choices of styles. I tend to prefer cases that are protective but have a slim profile. The Survivor Endurance for MagSafe iPhone 12 case fits the bill for me.

DETAILS

The Survivor Endurance case is designed to remain firmly in the user’s hand. It has grip-enhancing technology built-in and it is military drop-tested up to 14 feet (MIL-STD-810G). The case features FortiCore shock absorption technology, which is a proprietary intelligent material that delivers a 40% increase in drop height protection compared to traditional cases. The case has an extended height raised-edge bezel for screen protection. The sides are textured for gripping purposes and the case will resist scratches and discoloration. The Endurance case also provides antimicrobial protection that eliminated 99% of surface bacteria. This case is 5G and MagSafe compatible. Survivor guarantees the case for life, too. The Survivor Endurance is compatible with the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro. The dimensions are 6.07 x 3.19 x 0.44 inches and weighs 0.23 lbs. There are two colors available — storm blue/dark denim and black/shadow gray.

USER EXPERIENCE

The Survivor Endurance for MagSafe iPhone Case comes in solid retail packaging. It’s well-labeled and provides some details of the case on it. The box also has a transparent window on the front so that consumers can view the product inside. One of the things I noticed right away about this case is that it changes the shape of the iPhone 12 Pro. The form of the iPhone 12 Pro has the edges of the phone squared off instead of rounded. This is a design that was adopted with the iPhone 4 and Apple brought it back with the iPhone 12 models. The Endurance case has rounded edges that make it feel much more like an…

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